Meet HTML Mail, an online WYSIWYG editor for composing email messages in pure HTML that you can then send using your Google Docs and Gmail account.
This is a collection of evergreen how-guides and detailed tutorials to help you do more with software tools that you use daily.
This article describes how you can force your Internet Explorer browser to always render all web pages in Google Chrome even if the site doesn't carry any Chrome specific meta tags.
Learn how you can use Google Docs functions like ImportXML with XPath to build a web page monitor with scraping. This will help if you want to watch shopping sites like ebay or Amazon for any changes in the product price.
Learn how to your share your printer on the Internet so that people outside the home network can send print jobs to your printer from anywhere in the world.
Most online stores in the U.S. do not offer international shipping and will deliver items only to addresses that are located inside the United States. Mail and package forwarding websites can be a great help here.
This presentation by environmentalist Kamal Meattle talks about how you can grow your fresh air at home and office buildings using some commonly available indoor plants.
Do you know that you can write a full email message inside a QR code. When people scan the QR image with the mobile phone, the message will open right into their email program ready for sending.
Conferences have come a long way in the last few years. As a presenter or as an organizer, here are some useful tools and tips to help you get the most out of your sessions.
Learn how to efficiently manage your library of PDF documents using free software. Also learn how to use Scribd as an online PDF organizer with full-text search for your ebook and other private files.
Learn how you can create a virtual machine of your existing computer with all the software programs. You can open this virtual machine on any computer using Virtual PC, VMWare or VirtualBox from Sun.
A content curation tool lets you pull videos, images, presentations, tweets, blog posts and other web content into a bundle which you can then easily embed and share on the web.
This article describes how you can sync your logins and passwords across multiple computers and the web. You can also retrieve your passwords from the browser of any Internet connected computer.
Is your Gmail Inbox almost full? Learn how you can easily find and remove email messages in Gmail that have really large file attachments.
This article describes how you can easily transfer contacts and phone numbers from the old cell phone to your new phone's address book for free.
Read our TV buying guide to decide which type of TV (LCD, LED or Plasma) you should buy, the right HDTV screen size, and other specification that matter.
You probably use the address bar in your browser to search web pages. Now learn how to use the address bar to capture screenshots, send emails, download videos or even shorten the URLs.
Learn how to upload pictures from your mobile phone camera to a Facebook photo album. You can use MMS, email or a Facebook app to send pics from a mobile phone to Facebook.